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Confirmed:
Gnabry extends through 2026

By Peter Vice   @ViceytheSS

All potential transfer rumors should now be put to rest after German national team attacker Serge Gnabry extended his current contract with club team FC Bayern München.
Serge Gnabry.
Serge Gnabry.
As reported upon earlier, FC Bayern München attacker Serge Gnabry has agreed to a contract extension with the German record champions. The German giants made the deal official on late Saturday afternoon. the 27-year-old's new deal with the FCB runs through 2027.


We are happy that Serge Gnabry has extended his contract," FCB sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic noted in a statement released by the club, "Serge has become one of the faces of FC Bayern. He is a German international, a goal scorer - and he still has potential for improvement. The honest and forthright discussions with him and his advisors have also shown that Serge identifies with our plan and with FC Bayern. He is part of the core of our team, he has given a lot to the club thus far, and he will continue to be an important player for us."

"I have thought a lot about what I want as a player for the next few years," Gnabry himself added, "I want to stay at FC Bayern, win everything here again and experience things like the Champions' League title, but this time with our fans. It's special because I can play here with my friends here. I certainly wouldn't experience it like this at another club. I want to experience great moments here again - and not somewhere else. The hunger for big titles is not going away."

Gnabry has scored 64 goals in 171 competitive appearances for Germany's footballing giants. He's won the league with them in all four seasons since moving from SV Werder Bremen in 2017. Gnabry's trophy case also includes two domestic cups, three SuperCups, and the UCL/Club World Cup back during the historic six-trophy-haul of 2020/21.




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